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Market Questions is the FT’s guide to the week ahead
Loretta Mester says variant could exacerbate supply chain crunch and worker shortages
Fed chair’s signal of support for faster ‘taper’ shows top priority is taming prices
Federal Reserve chair Jay Powell is right to retire word that has caused confusion
Also, Glencore and Bluebell
US central bank chair strikes more hawkish tone while acknowledging risk of Omicron variant
Biden’s lowest-cost remedy is to get tough on Covid
Powell has to secure normalisation of monetary policy as inflation surges and stimulus packages increase demand
Wheelbarrows at the ready.
Policy agenda under a Democratic government is once again at risk
Core personal consumption expenditure index rises 4.1% in October compared with a year ago
Higher interest rates should let air out of the bubble in inflated assets of all types
Rising costs for wheat, turkey, potatoes and travel to mark annual American gathering
US president has reason to fear his domestic agenda and popularity will be forever tainted
US discount store chain known for ‘Everything’s $1’ slogan to roll out change at 8,000 locations
And fixing the Treasury market
Democratic policymaker has diverged from Jay Powell on issues including rules for Wall Street
Investors stick to bet that ageing population and high levels of debt will support prices
Lael Brainard selected to be vice-chair of US central bank as it contends with high inflation
Policymakers are divided over whether rising prices are temporary or permanent. A wrong response could derail the recovery
Price pressures would be damped by the removal of certain tariffs. But is the political will to axe them there?
Even if the price rises we are seeing could be transitory, they risk becoming permanent
And bitcoin’s identity crisis
Pimco founder says stimulus and low interest rates have created ‘dangerous’ situation